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Acacia longifolia (Fabaceae) 1:129

Acacia longifolia (formerly known as  A. sophorae; false Boobialla or coastal wattle) is a very common shrubby acacia of sand dunes and other coastal areas. The phyllodes resemble those of  A. melanoxylon, but tend to be wider and thicker, with 5-7 main veins instead of 3-5. The flowers are in spikes.

  

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